Food Safety Modernization Act Food Contamination Center for Disease Control

The Food Safety Modernization Act is a United States federal statute enacted in 2011 to ensure the safety of the U.S. food supply and prevent food contamination. The main features of the FSMA include expanding... more +
The Food Safety Modernization Act is a United States federal statute enacted in 2011 to ensure the safety of the U.S. food supply and prevent food contamination. The main features of the FSMA include expanding the FDA's inspection of food processing facilities and imported food products, requiring all food processors, manufactures and handlers to register with HHS and maintain food safety records, and shifting the government's focus away from responding to food contamination and towards preventing food contamination.  less -
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Current Developments in U.S. Food Regulation

The issue of food regulation, while not novel, has received increasing media and legislative attention. In 2013, an entire issue of Natural Resources & Environment will be devoted to the topic of food law and regulation. In...more

Feds Get Sued Over Sloth in Enforcing Food Safety Laws

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 3,000 deaths every year are caused by food-borne illnesses and about 48 million people—1 in 6 Americans—gets sick from food contamination....more

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